July 6, 2021, | AtoZ Markets – Global multi-asset investment platform eToro has announced that it had signed a multi-deal with CFR 1907 Cluj, the oldest Romanian football club, by becoming its major partner.
This deal illustrates eToro’s commitment to the Romanian market and will see their logo feature on all official club teamwear including the playing shirt.
CFR 1907 Cluj is one of the oldest football clubs in Romania and has dominated Liga 1 in recent years with four titles in a row.
Nir Smulewicz, VP Marketing of eToro said:
“Romania is an important market for eToro and through this partnership we hope to raise awareness to more people of the potential to grow their wealth through investing. We will be working with the club to make the financial markets more accessible, to help bring fans closer to the action and educate them on investing”.
The Israeli company plans to tap into the community behind the team, offering free educational content to fans so that more people can learn how to invest.
eToro offers users the option to invest in a range of assets from stocks, to commodities or new assets like crypto. The platform also provides a choice of how to invest; users can invest themselves, copy another investor or invest in a range of smart portfolios.
Marius Bilasco, Sports Manager CFR 1907 Cluj said:
“We are extremely pleased to announce that as of today, our club is moving to the next level, the CFR family is growing! Just as we have always aimed for first place and have never been satisfied with less, our partners have been and remain the best in their fields. eToro is a brand that needs no introduction, a global brand that has joined the CFR 1907 Cluj project on our way to success!”
eToro has an extensive global partnership portfolio comprising multiple football clubs across the Premier League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and the Danish Superliga along with other sports including Rugby Australia. As one of Europe’s biggest sponsors, eToro will continue to expand its investment in a range of sporting communities across the world in 2021.
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